Supporting the Health and Wellbeing of young people in Scotland
Within MVP training attendees will be introduced to the MVP Programme with a particular focus on the 5 Core Components of MVP:
1. Exploring violence through a gendered lens
2. Developing leadership
3. Using a bystander approach
4. Recognising the scope of violent behaviour
5. Challenging victim blaming
Within MVP there are the following types of staff and partner training:
2 day MVP mentor support team training
This training is intended for any new school intending on implementing the MVP programme. New schools are asked to commit to training a core group of staff and partners before implementation. This two day training allows time to practice using the MVP materials in an supportive environment as well as time for implementation planning within your school groups.
1 day capacity building
This training is for schools to grow their MVP team and build capacity within their schools. This is a great opportunity to build partners into your MVP delivery as well as additional school staff interested in becoming involved. The range of partners is not exhaustive and may include local youth work provision, anti-bullying and violence against women organisations, police, sports coaches amongst others.
2 day training for trainers
This training is for experienced MVP staff to become Local Authority MVP trainers. Any future training opportunities will be circulated via Local Authority MVP co-ordinators.